I am a filmmaker from Gold Canyon, Arizona. I studied fine Art and Philosophy at The University of Arizona. I have Written, Directed Shot and Edited numerous features. My latest feature, COYOTAJE is currently in Post-Production. I am always looking for a creative story to help bring to the screen. I look forward to sharing information and gaining knowledge from this forum.
Unique traits: Ego-free. Voiceover. Graphic Design. Drone operator. Web Development and Photography
Film by Armored Vision / Nathan Hill (Action, Drama and Thriller) Director Writer Cinematographer Editor Ed Montenez is a Shadow Wolves Tracker and Border Patrol Agent hunting a lone Coyote who carries a mysterious package. Infused into the chase is a pair of rogue militiamen hell-bent on defending the border and a suspicious Federal Agent investigating border killings and corruption. No matter their motives each one of them becomes indentured to the package once they uncover the nature of its contents. Written by Wills Hill
Southwest Perspectives: Water
Film by The Vision Group / Nathan Hill (Documentary and Short) Director Cinematographer Editor Perspectives on humanities spiritual connection with water and the threats facing our most precious resource.
Film by Armored Vision/ Nathan Hill (Action, Thriller and Western) Screenwriter/ Director In development... Across the Sonoran Desert, "The Guns of Hades," pursue The Gambler, a hard man desperate to escape his evil past, but forced to confront it as he faces continuous challenges from fierce Apache warriors, slippery alliances and Hades himself.
A Man Called Nereus
Film by Armored Vision / Nathan Hill (Action, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Director Writer Editor Nereus is an autistic man who is being held captive by the Filaria crime family because he has an incredible ability to predict the exact outcome of sporting events. Keith Taylor is a drug addict that is struggling to stay clean and employed. This all changes the moment Keith discovers Nereus. With renewed hope, Keith devises a plan to kidnap Nereus and take him to Las Vegas. However many others want Nereus as well. One is an extremist spiritual group named the Mayans; another is two rogue DEA agents that have a plan to take Nereus on a Vegas trip of their own. The most sinister of these groups is the Filaria crime family and their two henchmen Santo and Johnny, who use extreme tactics like posting a bounty and enlisting a group of killer meth heads to hunt down and seize back the "Brain". Motivated by different reasons these groups inflict damage on one another and annihilate all that stands in between them and Nereus. As Keith and Nereus try to evade capture they find a kinship that... Written by Fitzer Gerald
The Life of Riley Venn: Ghost Magnet
Film (Thriller) Producer Writer Cinematographer Riley Venn is being chased by spirits. His family and friends think he is crazy and delusional. A documentary filmmaker is asked by his producer to go and investigate the validity of Riley's claims. What the crew finds is a war of attrition between Riley and the spirits that torment him . Written by Fitzer Gerald
The Five Day Crucifixion
Film (Short and Drama) Cinematographer "The Five-Day Crucifixion" is a supernatural drama about John Santo's "life and death" struggle with Satan that casts doubt on his faith in God. John's resolve continues to waver when he is tempted by the love of a beautiful woman only to find out that his surroundings are not what they appear to be. In a battlefield of lies, deceit, and violence, Satan's persuasive power to seduce John's soul is galvanized when John's daughter is thrust in the middle of their spiritual war. "Follow me John, and renounce God or your daughter will die" is Satan's ultimatum. With his child's life and his soul on the line, John must either use the power at his disposal to defeat Satan or surrender his soul to evil in exchange for saving his daughter's life. Written by Salvatore A. Bono
Film (Thriller) Cinematographer A disturbed woman, haunted by the death of her "one true love", kidnaps and brutalizes those she believes to be his living successor. Held captive in a subterranean prison, Robert begins a fight for his survival from a sadistic captor willing to kill anyone that disturbs her suicidal plans. To save himself, Robert must survive booby-trapped mazes, implements of torture, and an evil presence which feeds his captors insanity and hides from the world the dark secret of "Max". Written by Paul C Hemmes
Steppin: The Movie
Film (Comedy and Music) Editor Set on a university campus, the story line unfolds over a several month period in which the "Greeks" (fraternities and sororities) prepare for the culminating event: the step show competition. Against this backdrop there are numerous subplots involving the meeting and maturation of a love relationship, a kidnapping, an avenging abused co-ed, fraternity initiation rites, step scenes, and the antics of students and faculty alike. Written by Stan Leitner
Film (Horror) Producer Six young criminals break into hidden catacombs underneath their town and attempt to steal jewelry buried from the "Great Depression", only to find inhabitants guarding the precious belongings. After being trapped in this dark maze of crypts, the group tries to escape alive. Written by Creator
Film (Thriller) Director Writer Videographer Editor Scott Laveen is at a vulnerable time in his life. His wife has kicked him out leaving him for another man. Unemployed and homeless he sleeps on his friends couch. Tired of squandering years of opportunities he has finally decided to give relevance to his existence. Daily he reads and listens to the commentary of radio personality Dominick Duchamp who enlightens Scott about the devious social and political influences infecting America. Duchamp is an extremist hell-bent on exposing the Zionist agenda. On his journey Scott befriends a former professor named Benjamin Gold. Ben spent years fighting in the Soviet-Afghan War where he learned how to use explosives. Fascinated by Scott's willingness to sacrifice himself Ben quickly incorporates Scott into his plans for a massive terrorist attack on the Southwest. Written by Fitzer Gerald
Film (Thriller) Cinematographer An innocent young girl who thought she found the perfect man, finds herself tangled in his world wide web of drugs, lies, and video surveillance. When the law can't help her, she takes matters into her own hands even though the cost may mean her life!
The Godfather of Boxing: Legend of Doc Broadus
Film by Sambain / Nathan Hill (Documentary) Producer Director Videographer Editor Charles "DOC" Broadus was born in 1919 in Raleigh, North Carolina. He was a grandson of a slave and was an adolescent moonshine runner. As a teenager he boxed in a summer camp with Joe Louis. Joe told him once:" Young man you must pursue the art of boxing, you will be a great one day". And so he did. After a 100-0 record as an amateur he went on to become a professional where he suffered his first loss at 22 wins. At once he retired and became a trainer where Doc went on to become arguably one of the greatest trainers who has ever lived. After serving in two wars, he discovered a young George Foreman. Together they went to the Olympics and achieved Gold. However in his later years those who he helped reach the top left him behind and Doc was left destitute in Las Vegas where he continued to help and teach young fighters until the day he passed away. Doc will be forever remembered training some of the greatest from Foreman to Sugar Ray Leonard, he was truly a Legend. Written by Wills Hill
Official Selection DocNYC Festival 2016: Southwest Perspectives: Water
Best Characters in a film: A Man Called Nereus 2012 Phoenix Comicon
University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)